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Seeking Health Optimal Magnesium is a dietary supplement containing highly assimilable magnesium in the double form of amino acid magnesium malate and chelate.

The combination of magnesium and the complex of amino acids – lysine and glycine – considerably influences the improvement of the assimilability of the product and increases its bioavailability for the organism. Thanks to this, the supplement is recommended in high deficiencies of this precious element.

Magnesium – is a compound essential for the proper functioning of the human organism. It is classified to macroelements, i.e. the elements exceeding 0,01% of body mass. However, it is very valuable to maintain health and well-being, as it takes part in almost all life processes.

The role of magnesium
Not without a reason, magnesium is called one of the most important elements in our organism – it is a basic constituent of mucous membranes and tissues. Along with vitamin D and calcium, they form healthy and strong bone structure. Proper concentration of these substances counteracts the appearance of osteoporosis.

Magnesium plays a function of a cofactor in the processes of the transformations of lipids, carbohydrates and proteins, activating many enzymes related to facilitating metabolism and providing energy to each cell in the organism. It is also an element of enzymes, responsible for the synthesis of ATP, therefore it indirectly takes part in providing energy to muscle cells. It has a positive influence on the functioning of the cardiovascular system, protecting from heart attack, the development of atherosclerotic changes and lowering blood pressure.

Proper concentration of magnesium in the plasma stabilizes central nervous system and nourishes brain cells by providing energy to its tissues. By the same token, it improves memory, concentration and mental efficiency. It calms down, decreases irritation and allows to enjoy long and efficient sleep. Moreover, it takes part in vitamin C metabolism, therefore it indirectly influences facilitating the immune system.

Sportsmen are characterized with the increased need for magnesium. Long-lasting and intensive physical effort influences the elimination of this element, which leads to painful cramps, weaker muscles, increased nerve-muscle excitability, e.g. eye twitching, numbness and tingling in the limbs. Magnesium has a diastolic effect, therefore it may alleviate the cramps and pain related to premenstrual syndrome.

What is chelation?
Research proves that magnesium is one of the most commonly assimilated elements by the organism of a human being. Therefore, it is so important that we take it in an appropriate form – the best turns out to be the chelated form.

Chelation takes place when a cation of a given mineral binds with a molecule called ligand. The structure consisting of 2 amino acid molecules and 1 mineral part is created. As a result, the cation resembles in its structure a double-ring dipeptide, which easily becomes assimilable by the small intestine and may be quickly utilized by the organism. Chelates increase bioavailability of elements and perfectly eliminate toxins and heavy metals from the organism.

Such a form of magnesium is conducive to supplementing larger deficiencies in the organism and also it does not cause any undesirable side-effects from the side of the digestive system, which are observed after supplementing other forms of magnesium.

Magnesium deficiency
In the current times, under the influence of using more and more artificial manure and food preservatives almost everyone is prone to large magnesium deficiencies. Especially people using alcohol, sportsmen, pregnant women, women taking contraceptives, people during fatty tissue reduction and those exposed to stress and increased mental effort are prone to hypomagnesemia.

Increased intake of coffee also contributes to magnesium deficiency due to xanthine compounds contained in it, which contribute to the increased elimination of this element with urine.

Since magnesium takes part in many life processes in the whole organism, the scope of the symptoms and effects of its deficiency is very wide. First of all, it influences the increased frequency of pain and dizziness, irritation, weakness, hair and nail fragility. Insufficient amount of magnesium is related to the risk of developing depression, insomnia and decreased regeneration of the whole organism.

Summing up, Optimal Magnesium is an effective supplement in the best assimilable form, which works perfectly in order to supplement magnesium deficiency in the organism. It is recommended especially to people living in constant stress and during increased physical and mental effort. 

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  • The combination of magnesium malate and magnesium chelate
  • The highest assimilability
  • Supports nervous system
  • Maintains healthy bones and teeth
  • Supports the work of muscles
  • Eliminates cramps
  • Supports the synthesis of proteins
  • Decreases the feeling of fatigue
  • Improves memory and concentration

Seeking Health Optimal Magnesium is a dietary supplement containing highly assimilable magnesium in the double form of amino acid magnesium malate and chelate.

The combination of magnesium and the complex of amino acids – lysine and glycine – considerably influences the improvement of the assimilability of the product and increases its bioavailability for the organism. Thanks to this, the supplement is recommended in high deficiencies of this precious element.

Magnesium – is a compound essential for the proper functioning of the human organism. It is classified to macroelements, i.e. the elements exceeding 0,01% of body mass. However, it is very valuable to maintain health and well-being, as it takes part in almost all life processes.

The role of magnesium
Not without a reason, magnesium is called one of the most important elements in our organism – it is a basic constituent of mucous membranes and tissues. Along with vitamin D and calcium, they form healthy and strong bone structure. Proper concentration of these substances counteracts the appearance of osteoporosis.

Magnesium plays a function of a cofactor in the processes of the transformations of lipids, carbohydrates and proteins, activating many enzymes related to facilitating metabolism and providing energy to each cell in the organism. It is also an element of enzymes, responsible for the synthesis of ATP, therefore it indirectly takes part in providing energy to muscle cells. It has a positive influence on the functioning of the cardiovascular system, protecting from heart attack, the development of atherosclerotic changes and lowering blood pressure.

Proper concentration of magnesium in the plasma stabilizes central nervous system and nourishes brain cells by providing energy to its tissues. By the same token, it improves memory, concentration and mental efficiency. It calms down, decreases irritation and allows to enjoy long and efficient sleep. Moreover, it takes part in vitamin C metabolism, therefore it indirectly influences facilitating the immune system.

Sportsmen are characterized with the increased need for magnesium. Long-lasting and intensive physical effort influences the elimination of this element, which leads to painful cramps, weaker muscles, increased nerve-muscle excitability, e.g. eye twitching, numbness and tingling in the limbs. Magnesium has a diastolic effect, therefore it may alleviate the cramps and pain related to premenstrual syndrome.

What is chelation?
Research proves that magnesium is one of the most commonly assimilated elements by the organism of a human being. Therefore, it is so important that we take it in an appropriate form – the best turns out to be the chelated form.

Chelation takes place when a cation of a given mineral binds with a molecule called ligand. The structure consisting of 2 amino acid molecules and 1 mineral part is created. As a result, the cation resembles in its structure a double-ring dipeptide, which easily becomes assimilable by the small intestine and may be quickly utilized by the organism. Chelates increase bioavailability of elements and perfectly eliminate toxins and heavy metals from the organism.

Such a form of magnesium is conducive to supplementing larger deficiencies in the organism and also it does not cause any undesirable side-effects from the side of the digestive system, which are observed after supplementing other forms of magnesium.

Magnesium deficiency
In the current times, under the influence of using more and more artificial manure and food preservatives almost everyone is prone to large magnesium deficiencies. Especially people using alcohol, sportsmen, pregnant women, women taking contraceptives, people during fatty tissue reduction and those exposed to stress and increased mental effort are prone to hypomagnesemia.

Increased intake of coffee also contributes to magnesium deficiency due to xanthine compounds contained in it, which contribute to the increased elimination of this element with urine.

Since magnesium takes part in many life processes in the whole organism, the scope of the symptoms and effects of its deficiency is very wide. First of all, it influences the increased frequency of pain and dizziness, irritation, weakness, hair and nail fragility. Insufficient amount of magnesium is related to the risk of developing depression, insomnia and decreased regeneration of the whole organism.

Summing up, Optimal Magnesium is an effective supplement in the best assimilable form, which works perfectly in order to supplement magnesium deficiency in the organism. It is recommended especially to people living in constant stress and during increased physical and mental effort. 

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Container size: 100 capsulesDaily serving size: 1 capsuleServings per container: 100
per daily portion (1 capsule)amount%DV
Magnesium (as dimagnesium malate and magnesium lysinate glycinate chelate)150 mg36%

Other ingrednients

HPMC (vegetable capsule), ascorbyl palmitate, medium chain triglycerides oil, L-leucine and silica.

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Magnesium (element from the group of alkaline earth metals, atomic no. 12, a chemical symbol - Mg), one of the most important health microelements, participates in the synthesis process of the disintegration of high energy compounds and processes of transformation of hydrocarbons and fats. It affects the dilation of blood vessels and lower blood pressure, prevents hypercoagulable state. Shortages affect cardiac arrhythmias, malignant muscle cramps, insomnia and anxiety. It is a component of many dietary supplements and found in foods such as whole grain bread, legumes, buckwheat, rice, fish, meat, as well as chocolate, cocoa and nuts.
Dosage of 100 - 500 mg / day

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